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to lead to by logical inference

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to convey an idea by indirect, subtle means

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express or state indirectly

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suggest as a logically necessary consequence

have as a logical consequence

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suggest that someone is guilty

have as a necessary feature

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At the same time, the references to baseball also imply an interest in a specifically African American history.
The images, presumably posted by the young Flipper, imply a relatively distant past, two decades gone, and thus contrast the discussion of the Tucci brothers, who dismiss a player who had left the Mets less than a year before.
When asked about the launch of Shopycat, Zack Oates, president and founder of Imply Labs, said, "I'm excited to be in the same place as @WalmartLabs.
WalmartLabs is meant to serve the technology needs of Walmart, while Imply Labs was created to serve the vast majority of online retailers.
Rather than speaking of "an essential legacy," which seems to imply that later exceptionalist texts were somewhat passively defined by the Puritan original in advance of their being written, I prefer Byers's suggestion concerning the active role of later American generations in the shaping of an exceptionalist literary tradition.
This does not imply that Morrison offers an alternative African American national ideal.
THE GRANTING BY THE FUND OF AN OVER ALLOTMENT OPTION TO THE UNDERWRITERS MAY IMPLY THAT THIS OPTION WILL BE EXERCISED.
As for the question "How could creatures with such faults and miseries manage to produce [write in certain manners] such beautiful moving works [which imply superior images of themselves]?
THESE STATEMENTS MAY IMPLY THAT FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE WITH THIS NEW MANAGEMENT WILL BE MAINTAINED OR IMPROVED.
The fact that this offering has priced may imply that the offering will close.
Such statements include statements about, or which imply the success of our services in enhancing competitiveness and creating bottom line results for our customers.
THIS STATEMENT MAY IMPLY THAT ALL MAINTANENCE ISSUES AFFECTING THE HALLWOOD PROPERTIES HAVE BEEN DISCOVERED BY HRPT AND TAKEN INTO ACCOUNT IN SETTING THE PURCHASE PRICE.
a regarding the coverage of demand for the period 2005-2007 will not imply a significant reduction in the output of ENDESA's coal plants, excluding the closure of plants that were already considered.
Web service interfaces, on the other hand, often imply some form of stateful interaction with the clients of the service," explained David Snelling of Fujitsu, convener and proposed co-chair of the OASIS WSRF Technical Committee.
business experience may imply that investment objectives will